Complimentary Solar Resources from GTM – July

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Why Your IoT Solution Needs LTE-M Next-Gen ConnectivityGTM Logo

LTE-M is poised to dominate the IoT world for years to come. With low-cost modules, extended battery life, better signal penetration, and the ability to use existing infrastructure, LTE-M has the potential to improve all IoT business models while providing greater asset security.Download Now ?

Checklist for Engaging Your Utility on Renewable PowerGTM Logo

While large corporations were responsible for nearly 6 gigawatts’ worth of wind and solar power-purchase agreements last year, the options for affordable, clean, low-carbon energy are increasingly available to companies of all sizes. And when it it comes to choosing an energy partner, the distribution utility that already serves your organization may be the best place to start.

In this paper, we will discuss a framework for engaging your utility to move toward achieving your clean energy goals, whether the driver is sustainability, reliability, cost savings or a combination thereof.

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Analysis of Net Energy Metering Policy Changes in the United StatesCohnReznick Logo

Net energy metering (NEM) policies have played a crucial role in making residential solar installations a good investment for homeowners in the United States. However, as installed solar capacity has increased, many utility companies have introduced changes to their NEM programs that reduce the value of distributed solar. Using its proprietary solar financial analysis tools, Aurora Solar conducted a large parametric study that analyzed over 45 million scenarios to determine how these new programs impact solar customers’ savings across the United States. The study analyzes the financial impacts of specific billing mechanisms, as well as the cumulative impacts of different combinations of these mechanisms as implemented by utilities in different states. The policies evaluated slightly diminish the financial value of installed solar but also promote larger system designs in certain circumstances.

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